Train is touring for their "Play That Song Tour" in May and June 2017. This tour follows the release of their 2017 album a girl a bottle a boat. See the band that's decades-old but sounds just the same as they did years ago! Openers include O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield.
Train got their start in San Francisco in 1994 playing the melodic, sentimental rock that earned them worldwide recognition. Singer Pat Monahan, guitarist Jimmy Stafford, and drummer Scott Underwood were just another hard-working Bay Area band when they cut their self-titled debut and their surprise hit "Meet Virginia." The success of that single led to opening slots with Cracker, Hootie and the Blowfish, Counting Crows, and Barenaked Ladies. From there the band started working with Bob Dylan/Neil Young producer Brendan O’Brien on their breakthrough follow-up Drops of Jupiter. The song "Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)" was an unabashed success, winning the band hordes of followers, two Grammys, and moving busloads of Train concert tickets.
Train released two more albums before embarking on a three year hiatus to be with family and friends and take a break from the relentless series of Train tour dates. The band returned to their hometown of San Francisco to work on 2009’s Save Me San Francisco. Those sessions yielded the hit tracks "Hey Soul Sister," "If It’s Love," and "Marry Me." In 2014, Train released Bulletproof Picasso with the hit single "Angel in Blue Jeans." Train released new music in 2017 titled a girl a bottle a boat, and they will be touring for their "Play that Song Tour" in May and June 2017.
Drops of Jupiter (2001)
My Private Nation (2003)
For Me, It's You (2006)
Save Me, San Francisco (2009)
California 37 (2012)
Bulletproof Picasso (2014)
Christmas in Tahoe (2015)
Train Does Led Zeppelin II (2016)
a girl a bottle a boat (2017)